“Every day you have a choice – be part of the problem or part of the solution.”
Francis fox was born in 1973 and was raised in ‘the dodgy end’ of South London.
Growing up he was highly motivated to improve his life experiences, and these early lessons forged his career as a management consultant and business turnaround expert.
He has lived and worked around the world, stationed in Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Japan and Italy amongst others.
A keen cyclist and with a strong penchant for Asian cuisine, he now shares his time with his family between Australia, Japan and the family home in Thailand along with five rescue cats (and counting).
An Italian speaker and a student of Japanese currently, he is always looking to learn about new cultures and customs and this vibe has passed down to his children.
Gas Meter Knees is his first book and it’s a rollercoaster ride through his formative years in 1980’s London that will make you laugh, cry and lots in between ‘sometimes you’re the pigeon – sometimes you’re the statue’.
“It wasn’t until I was 13 that I realised pressing 50 pence pieces into Plasticine sheets and filling the impressions with water, freezing overnight and quickly using the ice coins in the electric meter slots wasn’t normal behaviour.” From raiding the bins of London fashion labels, to being ...